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Mataura Ensign , Issue 512, 24 November 1898, Page 3
WANTED by Gentleman, in private family (musical preferred), Board and Residence. Terms moderate. Apply - " V.," Office of this Paper. TO-MORROW (Friday) NIGHT.— Gore Band of Hope Concert, Town Hall, 8 ! o'clock. Capital Programme. Tickets, ls. FOR SALE.— A few Milch Cows. Apply . D. Gilchrist, Waikaka Valley. I "TTTANTED.— Boy for the Coachsmitbing. VV Apply Nightingale and Sutherland, Coachbuilders, Gore. 637h GOOD DAY, YER HONOR.-Can yer till me, plase, phere is the Phost Office ? Certainly, my man— next to Ready- Money Domioan's, the leading Clothier and Mercer. "V*7"ANTED KNOWN.— That visitors to V T the Gore Show can get better value for their money at Ready-Money Domioan's thii" from any other house. He has the largest, the best-selected, aud newest stock of Men's, Boys' and- Youths' Clothing, Mercery and Hats. Remember the Post Office is next door to him. WANTED KNOWN.— Ready-Money' Domigan makes Men's, Boys' anc" Youths' Suits to order. He can fit better, hi* furnishings aud trimmings are superior, and his prices are lower than any other tailor. If you want a first-class, good-fitting' Suit, cheap, try Ready-Money Domigan. WANTED KNOWN.-Just landed, direct from manufacturers, large number of Black and Colored Frame Hats, Hard Felt Hats ; Men|s, Youths' and Boys' Straw Hats, in white and colors, from ls up. Ready- Money Domigan has the largestjland best- selected stock of Hats in Gore. He takes the lead in everything. Remember the Post Office is next door. • ARRETS and Floorcloths. We hold the largest stock in Gore. Well worth your while inspecting this department. — J. Mac Gibbon and Sons. SE. FERGUSON, Watchmaker and . Jeweller, Main Street Gore (next door to Christenson's). Watches, Clocks, and Jewellery cleaned and repaired in a prompt and workmanlike manner. All work guaranteed. All kinds of Jewellery kept in stock. BOYNE BROS.' is the Shop for Prints, Muslins, Ribbons, Lace, Velveteens. CALL at once if you wish a Christmas Number of ' Christchurch Press ' or ' Otago Witness,' ls, from Boyne Bros. CHOICE display of Summer Dre— Goods and Trimmings at Boyne Bros. IF you want a Really Nice Article for Wedding or Birthday , Presents, go to Boyne Bros. WANTED KNOWN.— That Beattie has just imported a splendid line of Black Brocaded Double-width Dress Material, from 2/6 up. Grand value. WANTED KNOWN.— That Beattie has just got in an excellent lot of Tweeds and Worsted and Serge Suits for the Show and Christmas Trade, from 22/6. Prices to suit all. Also great variety and excellence, at moderate prices, in Boys' and l'ouths Suits, from 9/6, at Beattie's. ELECTROPLATING.— W. Nicol & Son, Watchmakers, Athenajum Buildings, Invercargill. Specialists in Silver and Gold Electroplating. Old aad Worn-out Plate and Jewellery made equal to new, and more durable, at a small cost. Estimates invited. THE FEDERAL for Sheep Shears, Turkey Stones, Branding Oil, etc. Ball Bros.' Shears at 3s Gd per pair. MASSEY & CO., Gore, are Agents for Shacklock's and Walker's Ranges. Dry Firewood and Coal always on hand. WANTED KNOWN.-Just landed direct from the best English makers, over 90 dozen Hats of all kinds ; grand selection ; tbe very latest ; Bedrock Prices. — Ready- Money Domigan- ST. GEORGE JAM.— Best in the market. , All Grocers. E RODGER'S Mora Studio is upstairs . above McGruer and Co.'s New Sho}i, Gore. LIVING to Dye, and Dyeing to Live.— J. D ivies, American Dye Works, Dee and Leet Streets, Invercargill. fTIHE Mora Studio is now celebrated for JL turning out First-class Work with despatch. EEMOVAL NOTICE— Mr Rodger will be pleased to see all his old Customers at his New Premises, Mora Studio, corner of Main and Mersey Streets, Gore. T. GEORGE JAM.— Selected Fruit and best Sugar, All Grocers. OUR Dressmaking Department a great success. So it should be, when we make well-finished Dresses for 12s Gd. — J. Mac Gibbon and Sons, Gore Mayoralty. To the Ratepayers of Gore. LADIES ani. GENTLEMEN,— I again place my services at your command for lhe honorable position of MAYOR for the BorouL'h of Gore for the ensuing twelve months. In coming forward, I may say that it is at the request of a powerful deputation and a numerously-signed requisition that I do so, and at the last possible moment before the nomination. As the time is so short to the Election Day, I have taken the Town Hall for MONDAY NIGHT, 28th inst., when I shall be pleased to meet as many of the Ratepayers as can come to compare Municipal polity, at 8 o'clock sharp. If my views meet with your favorable con- sideration, and you do me the ho. . of placing me at the top of the poll, I .ball strive to do the best I can for the advance- ment of our Town and the benefit of all the Ratepayers. I remain, Ladies and Gentlemen, Yours faithfully, 053h JAMES BEATTIE. BOROUGH OF GORE. _3LxiKi^a_a.l EJlecfcioxi of _M__B.yaa?_ TVTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the LM following Candidates have been duly NOMINATED to till the Office of MAYOR in this Borough : — Beattie, James McFarlane, Duncan. There being more than ONE Candidate (the number required), a POLL will be taken on THURSDAY, the Ist day of December, 1898, at the Town Hall, Gore, between the hours of 9 o'clock a.m. and (i o'clock p.m. GEORGE BRETT, Returning Officer. Gore, 24th November, 1898. Gs9h Gore Mayoralty. To the Burgesses of the Borough of Gore. J ADIES and GENTLEMEN— I hereby _____ intimate to you that lam a CANDI- DATE, ior the office of MAYOR at the forthcoming Mayoral Election. In doing so, 1 may state that I have occupied the position of Councillor for upwards of three years, and consider the experience gained as such will materially assist me in carrying out the duties pertain- ing to the office of Mayor. Trusting to receive your support at the Poll on Thursday Next, and assuring you that if elected my best services will be at your disposal fur the benefit and welfare of th? Town. 1 am, Ladies and Gentlemen, Yours faithfully, D. McFABLANE.